Sorry to bother you all.
I like Clear Linux a lot and Arjan has been a great help.
Posted to dev@ because I couldn't see a user@
I'm going to use Clear Linux for a 24/7 home server, I like the
upgrade system (used to use Ubuntu).
I'm going to use Docker containers for my applications.
I want to setup some persistence, if there is a reboot I would like my
storage disks to mount, Samba to start and my Docker containers to
I think the way to do this is through systemd on CL, if so, I need to
create the /etc/systemd structure?
Just looking for best practices, advice and any documentation that may
be out there.
a heads up that Clear Linux OS for Intel Architecture is now available in the AWS market place,
including "Free tier eligible" (e.g. you can run it on the t2.micro instances).
To launch it, just search of it in the "Step 1: Choose an Amazon Machine Image (AMI)"
phase of launching an AWS instance in EC2.
The base image (which is pretty bare bones) assumes that you use the normal AWS system for setting up a SSH key
(in the AWS UI), and then you can just log into your new instance with
ssh -i <your key.pem> clear@<public IP>
very likely the first thing you want to do is set up a root password with
and then maybe install extra bundles such as
sudo swupd bundle-add sysadmin-basic
sudo swupd bundle-add machine-learning-basic
provide the Common Unix Printing System as part of the desktop
Signed-off-by: Simental Magana, Marcos <marcos.simental.magana(a)intel.com>
bundles/desktop | 1 +
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+)
diff --git a/bundles/desktop b/bundles/desktop
index 1742707..ec4d13b 100644
@@ -111,6 +111,7 @@ gvfs
# nice to have when using desktop
# x.org bits
Recently It was added support for S3 (aka Suspend-to-RAM) into the
IMHO It would be very useful if GNOME was configured with "Automatic
Suspend" turned on by default (now is off) that could improve a little
ClearLinux on laptops.
What do you think about?
Thanks in advance!